How many Copa Libertadores does River have?

How many Copa Libertadores does River have?

four Copa Libertadores
River Plate’s official international achievements include four Copa Libertadores, one Intercontinental Cup, one Supercopa Sudamericana, one Copa Sudamericana, three Recopa Sudamericana, one Copa Interamericana and one Suruga Bank Championship.

What is the River Plate and capital of Argentina?

Río de la Plata

Río de la Plata River Plate, La Plata River
• location Argentina/Uruguay
• coordinates 34°0′5″S 58°23′37″W
Mouth Atlantic Ocean
• location Argentine Sea, Argentina

Where is River Plate located?

Buenos Aires, Argentina
Club Atlético River Plate/Locations
The River Plate (“Rio de la Plata” or River of Silver in Spanish), is the widest river in the world, stretching 220 kilometers (136 miles) where it meets the Atlantic Ocean. This very large estuary separates Argentina and Uruguay and is home to the ports of Buenos Aires and Montevideo, their respective capital cities.

Why are River Plate called chickens?

The first derby took place in 1908. Then River moved up in the world, relocating to the affluent northern suburb of Nunez in the mid-’20s. Boca call River gallinas (chickens) because they’re gutless, having choked by blowing a two-goal lead against Penarol in the 1966 Copa Libertadores Final.

What team has the most Copa Libertadores?

Independiente, holds the record for the most Copa Libertadores victories (with seven), while Brazil’s São Paulo and River Plate follow with 12 trophies each one. No club has ever won all the competitions, but Independiente, Boca Juniors, São Paulo and River Plate won seven different CONMEBOL tournaments.

What is the river between Argentina and Uruguay?

Rio de la Plata
Rio de la Plata is the muddy estuary of the Paraná and Uruguay Rivers, and forms part of the border between Argentina and Uruguay. The rich estuary supports both capital cities of Buenos Aires and Montevideo.

Why are River Plate called River Plate?

River Plate, who wear white shirts with a red diagonal band, took their name from the English version of Rio de la Plata stamped on crates of imported goods from Britain in the port of Buenos Aires.

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